Thursday, February 28, 2013

Press Release: East Texas Medical Center Selects Unibased’s ForSite2020® Faxed Order Management Solution

Unibased announced that East Texas Medical Center, located in Tyler, TX, has selected its ForSite2020® Fax Order Collection Utilization & Storage (FOCUS) fax management solution for increased efficiency, enhanced workflow, and streamlined coordination of faxed physician orders. A unique order management solution, ForSite2020® FOCUS is designed to automate and improve the current process of faxed physician orders. Part of the award-winning ForSite2020® solution suite, Unibased’s ForSite2020® FOCUS streamlines the traditional faxed order process by collecting and electronically monitoring, sorting, categorizing, distributing and scheduling all faxed physician orders in one integrated system. ForSite2020® FOCUS will provide East Texas Medical Center the ability to increase efficiency and productivity while reducing costs and lost revenues by simplifying the faxed order process with total automation.

“The vast majority of physician orders for outpatient services still arrive in the faxed form. Unibased’s ForSite2020® FOCUS is expected to provide East Texas Medical Center with workflow improvements and increased productivity in managing, tracking, and processing faxed orders as well as improvements in the revenue cycle, pre-access management, and enterprise coordination of care.”, stated Lawrence V. “Skip” Covington, Unibased President & CEO.

Cynthia J. Borders, Unibased Vice President of Client Services, added, “ForSite2020® FOCUS addresses the physician order collection and tracking aspect of access management in the revenue cycle; supporting scheduling, registration and payment for major providers. It minimizes interface issues with multiple disparate physician office systems as it is completely integrated with Unibased’s ForSite2020® Physician Order Collection & Enterprise Tracking (POCET) physician portal as well as the ForSite2020® Resource Management System (RMS) enterprise scheduling solution. East Texas Medical Center will benefit by enhanced productivity, reduction of lost or incomplete orders, and improved physician relations and consumer satisfaction.”

Download PDF of Full Press Release Here

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The scene outside Unibased today ...

Loving the fluffy snowflakes!

[Photo Credit: Carin Thumm]

Monday, February 25, 2013

Client News: Unibased Clients Named Top Hospitals

Congrats to Baptist St. Anthony’s Health System (Amarillo, TX) and Inova Fair Oaks Hospital (Fairfax, VA) who were named in "The 100 Top Hospitals®" list for 2013!

Truven Health Analytics' The 100 Top Hospitals® program recognizes 100 healthcare organizations from across the country that achieve the highest national scores based on 14 separate measures of hospital performance - operational, clinical and financial - that affect patients as well as the quality of care in the community. The results of the annual studies are released exclusively to Modern Healthcare. A full analysis supplement will accompany the Modern Healthcare June 10 issue.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Client News: Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Implements Unibased’s Surgery Management Solution

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (BMH), located in Brattleboro, VT, completed a successful implementation of Unibased’s market-leading surgery management solution, ForSite2020® periOperative Resource Management System (ORMS). This implementation marks the second successful go-live of Unibased products for Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, as they are already benefiting from the use of Unibased’s award-winning ForSite2020® Resource Management System (RMS) enterprise scheduling solution, implemented in the midst of the devastating Hurricane Sandy that decimated the East Coast in late October 2012. BMH looks forward to the advantages of enhanced coordination of care with the complete integration of enterprise scheduling and surgery management, including streamlined access, improved workflow, and increased revenue through a more efficient process.